September 14, 2012

Gonna Eat a lot of Peaches

My all-time favourite pie -- in the entire universe of existence -- is peach pie. I would die for a peach pie. I would kill for a peach pie. Peach pie is my Klondike Bar.

But, excitement aside, I want to share with you how easy it is to make a peach pie. It really is the easiest pie you could ever make.



All you need is a pie crust -- be it one that you've made, or one that someone else made for you -- and some peaches. I use freestone peaches that are lovingly grown in British Columbia -- I like to use local peaches -- because they are easily removed from the pit.

Pour some boiling water over the peaches, and after about a minute move them over to some cold water. The skin should peel off quite nicely. Cut them into small sections -- or whatever size you like -- and place them in a bowl where you will add a mixture of sugar and flour that you've already prepared -- 1 cup of sugar and 1/2 a cup of flour stirred together.



Put the pie on a cookie sheet -- to catch any juices that may come juicing out -- and place it in a 450F oven for 10 minutes. Then turn the temperature down to 350F and cook for 40 minutes until the crust is a golden brown.



And there you go! It's easy as, well, pie :)




2 comments:

  1. Peach season just ended in Ontario! I am so sad, I posted pie recipes as well, during the short, yummy season!!
    ="http://sadieloohoo.blogspot.ca/Connie for Sadieloohoo

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  2. Aw! Do they import peaches from BC? I think the peach season is at it's peak there right now :)

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